Chad Henne's sloppy play continues, rain a factor again The Miami Dolphins get a win in Pittsburg after coming off a rough outing against the rival New York Jets. This game was much closer than the final score shows. Coach Jethro and Steelers are a tough team and made the Dolphins earn their points. The Steelers started early and scored on their second possesion of the game on a great pass from Big Ben to Mike Wallace. It was ruled incomplete but was challanged and reversed. That would be the only points the Steelers would score until the 4th quarter. The Steelers caused two late turnovers and scored two late touchdowns. The score was 31-21 and the Dolphins were able to move the ball and score two more field goals to put the game away. It was a sloppy game on both side of the ball with receivers falling down all over the place. Both quarterbacks had a slippery grip and threw multiple interceptions. Brent Celek had his breakout game as a Dolphin and had over 100 receiving yards after being held in check the first two games of the season. The Dolphins play the 3-0 Broncos next week, lets just hope it doesn't rain. Henne needs to prove he is the QB of this team and the future. The teams success falls on Henne's shoulders, let's hope he's the answer. Other Notes - RB Ronnie Brown has been practicing and should be back for a week 5 match up versus the Bills. The Dolphins running game has been pretty bad with a pelthora of fumbles and inability to gain chuck yardage.